How do you deal with the death of a child? With such deep grief?
A quick roundup of news and views as all 50 states have started to reopen and experts consider economic and political developments moving forward.
What’s the biggest source of nonprofit funding? I’ll bet you would have a hard time guessing. It’s not donations by individuals.
Sometimes it’s easy to blame the rich. Tax the rich—after all they make so much money—at least the adage goes.
There will be many casualties in the COVID-19 crisis. Some nonprofits and churches may not make it. However, hard times may not become fully evident until the fall or late 2020. That is particularly true for Christian higher education. COVID-19 shutdowns fell in the middle of the spring semester, and accordingly fell in the middle of spring recruiting. Students tend to …
When the pandemic was first declared, some thought leaders hoped the common enemy of disease might bring our country and world together.
Times of need bring many opportunities to care about others and to teach kids to be generous. Lead your family in helping others.
I get asked this a lot: Where is charitable giving going? It’s a pressing question in the wake of the COVID-19 epidemic and the resulting shutdown.
The Christian world generally shuns endowments. But why? Do endowments indicate a lack of faith in God’s future provision?
I write to remember Rita—one of those wonderful, incredible friends who lived a generous life.